Please join colleagues, students and peers in the Remote Sensing profession for an evening of insightful presentations, thoughtful discussion and snacks!
“Airborne Thermography for Bridge Decks” Presented by Melissa Christie, NV5 Geospatial
A New Look at Thermal: In partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, NV5 Geospatial explores a new approach to analyze bridges using airborne thermal infrared imagery.
“Statewide Ground Surface Subsidence: Precise Measurement via Remote Sensing Survey – 2015 through 2024” Presented by Frank Borges, PLS, Towill, Inc.
Work performed as part of California Department of Water Resources’ technical assistance program supporting the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), by providing important relevant data to local Groundwater Sustainability Agencies working towards Groundwater Sustainability Plan development and implementation.
“Mapping Accuracy Assessment of UAS Platforms” Presented by Prof. Riadh Munjy, PhD, PE, Chairman of the Civil & Geomatics Engineering Department, California State University, Fresno
Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) photogrammetry has been progressing rapidly in the last ten years. The main objective of this study is to assess the accuracy of UAV photogrammetry and its potential to satisfy department of transportation (DOT) mapping requirements. A control site with 81 high precision targeted control points has been established specifically for this study. This study presents the analysis of a number of UAS aerial triangulation projects and analyzes their systematic errors using different software and ground control points schemes. These projects involve fixed wing and rotary UAS platform with rolling and global shutters camera systems.
When: Wednesday, May 18th, 2022 at 6 PM
Where: One Concord Center - 2300 Clayton Road, Concord, CA 94520 – 1st floor conference room adjacent to tenant lounge just off the lobby.
Questions? Contact [email protected]